San Jose CC captures River City Swimming League Championship

San Jose CC captures River City Swimming League Championship

Final team standings: 1. San Jose Country Club 2. Wahoos Swim Team 3. Beaches Aquatic Club 4. Julington Creek Plantation 5. Episcopal Amberjacks 6. Baymeadows Swim Club 7. Flying Fish Swim Team 8. Argyle Waves Swim Team 9. Team Fernandina Stingrays 10. Rolling Hills Swim Team

The River City Swim League (RCSL) administers a dual/tri meet schedule and the annual River City Championship meet that was held the last week of July at Cecil Field Aquatic Center. San Jose County Club took first place. “With another strong showing in the relays, the Dolphins finished with 1,492 points, 27 less than last year, good enough for 6th place this year,” said Roger Deary of the Baymeadows Blue Dolphins Swim Club.
Baymeadows’ Christopher Hodang won the 11 & 12 boys. He tied for first in 8 & Under boys.  He also placed in all five individual events he swam in, and was on the Blue Dolphins first place freestyle relay.  Katelin Gildersleeve, Elizabeth Bell, Ansen Meyer and Carl Andrews all had strong showings for Baymeadows.
Deerwood Swim Team finished 11th, Timuquana Yacht Club 12th, Epping Forest Swim Team 13th, Jewish Community Alliance 16th and University Swim Club 17th. The organization was developed to provide kids with a social and competitive summer swimming program. The league has promoted excellence in coaching and conditioning for 42 years.
The basic mission of The River City Swim League (RCSL) is to develop interest and participation in amateur swimming in a safe and fun environment and afford the opportunity of skill development and team participation.

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